Book Shelf – Portable Bookshelf – for Tabletop Wood Magazine – May 2003 – for Plans I used a Sliding Dovetail to attach the shelf to the Ends instead of what the plans called for. I found a Bed Headboard on the street on Trash day… was solid wood! That’s what I used. I could have / should have sanded the wood a little more, but I thought it would some character to it the way I did. A little wood burning was done for a Unicorn on each End. ...
OK, I need some suggestions. I have surgery coming up that will require a long period of rehab…and an opportunity to do a lot of good reading. Here’s the question: What is the most helpful and interesting book on woodworking that you have ever read? Just post your answer…and if you are inclined, a brief note as to why this is book is your choice. THANKS!
Here is a scan of the book “Mission Furniture” by H. H. Windsor . Its got plans and illustrations for many a design. I see more than one I would like to make. Part 1: http://www.gutenberg.org/files/23770/23770-h/23770-h.htm Part 2: http://www.gutenberg.org/files/23991/23991-h/23991-h.htm Part 3: http://www.gutenberg.org/files/23666/23666-h/23666-h.htm
Remembering back when I joined Lumberjocks it brought out a lot of passion in me it was almost like a fever and to those that are addicted to Lumberjocks can understand what I mean about the woodworking fever. So when I say the woodworkers on this site really did inspire me to write this book it really is a true statement. Back when I joined Lumberjocks a little over five years ago there were only about 4,500 woodworkers now there are over 77 thousand which is pretty impressive to see so man...
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This book review is from the December 2012 issue of our LumberJocks’ eMag Fox Chapel Publishing is donating another book for a free draw! (See below for details)Lettering & Sign Carving Workbook by Betty Padden “Signs, signs, everywhere are signs” (lyrics from a song by Les Emmerson and performed by the Five Man Electrical Band) …. And with this “how to” book you can add a few signs to the scenery! The book begins with photo/text tutorials on how to...
Just tidying up my videos. Here is a book shelf I made last year in our old shop. We get to move into our new shop Monday 12/03/12 . Will post some video of the new set up.
In Feburary 2011, I broke my right leg and ended up having to deal with an extend stay in the hospital and time away from work. I was given an eReader as a get well gift and have been using it to kill the time. One of the things I found is that many classic woodworking books are available in electronic format for free. Many of these come from Google Books. You can read these books on-line using your web browser and down load them to your computer and save them there if you like. If yo...
FREE BOOKS HERE! GET YOUR FREE BOOKS HERE! I like to read free ebooks, and came upon one “Woodworking Tools 1600-1900” that I thought some of you may enjoy looking at. It is a free book- easy to download. If you don’t use a kindle or a nook or those new fangled reading tools- just click the html option and the book will open right up. I am a total technophobe- and if I can read these ebooks anyone can – believe me. :) I hope you find this book enjoyable. Cons...
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